Ukraine offensive: Russia dismisses media reports
Hindustan Times|December 05, 2021
Russia has dismissed new US media reports about a possible Russian attack on Ukraine, accusing Washington of trying to aggravate the situation while blaming Moscow, the Kommersant newspaper said on Saturday, citing the foreign ministry.

MOSCOW:

The Washington Post in the US cited officials and an intelligence document on Saturday as saying US intelligence thought Russia could be planning a multifront offensive on Ukraine as early as next year involving up to 175,000 troops.

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